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Murchison Falls Batik Painting


This batik painting titled Murchison Falls (2012) was inspired by the need to do a Ugandan tourist attraction this year when the country is celebrating 50 years of independence. I used the tooth brush in carefully spreading the wax to bring out the splashes effect, forest cover.

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